The largest annual African fashion event in Europe, Africa Fashion Week London, is back for its 9th season!
Once again, 2 days of catwalk shows, 2 days of deluxe shopping in our themed exhibition hall, over 100 African designers to peruse. Summer doesn’t start until AFWL opens it’s doors!
Finding our third year at the prestigious Freemasons’ Hall for two full days of catwalk shows in the beautiful Grand Temple venue space. Vibrant and colourful exhibitions by notable designers will be showcased for lovers of African fashion.
Designers – Don’t miss the chance to showcase your exclusive designs to an audience of over 5,000 visitors over the two days!
African-inspired designs are dominating the international fashion scene scene like never before and now is the time to celebrate this year’s theme #AfroLuxe!
Models: Howard Ejegi, Alisha Safo, Charli Fletcher, Rebecca Nemere & Dominic Baderin
Shot & Cut by Pretty Data
Hair: Allan Henry
Music: Inbox Riddim by Sarz
Produced: Anna Marie Benedict for AFWL
Executive Producer: Princess Ronke Ademiluyi
60 Great Queen Street
London WC2B 5AZ
Doors open from 1pm for Exhibition browsing and entertainment
Friday Catwalk Shows: 5pm & 7pm
Saturday Catwalk Shows: 3pm, 5pm & 7pm
About Africa Fashion Week London:
Founded in 2011 by Ronke Ademiluyi, Africa Fashion Week London (AFWL) is Europe’s largest annual fashion event promoting and nurturing African and African-inspired design talent.
Using a collaborative catwalk, exhibition and business development programme, AFWL is a social enterprise that has led the way in transforming the perception of Africa’s emerging design talent and apparel industry in the international scene.
With a core team of experienced fashion industry experts and business professionals, AFWL is committed to creating a platform to support African designers while building a sustainable business that is globally recognised and promotes social, environmental and economic change in Africa.
We have now showcased over 1000 designers and exhibitors from Africa and the global diaspora to over 70,000 visitors.